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Handheld Devices Products and Services

Manage and secure your wireless ecosystem With Wavelink Avalanche, network administrators can inventory, deploy, update and troubleshoot all compo- nents of their wireless infrastructure, such as mobile devices, mobile printers, access points and switches. Healthcare organizations can automate device up-

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dates and receive alerts that cover device failures, equipment updates and unwanted intrusions. Data being transferred to or from devices can be encrypted, and devices that are lost or stolen can easily be locked or wiped clean. Avalanche helps ensure data remains secure for patient confi dentiality and compliance with HIPAA regulations. Wavelink

dates and receive alert Patient info on your Blackberry

Patient in Your Pocket is a HIPAA-com- pliant wireless application for BlackBerry smartphones that provides healthcare pro- fessionals with immediate, secure access to patient information. The solution integrates with clinical systems, so caregivers can retrieve current and accurate patient information, update patient data and conditions while care is being given, collaborate and conduct administrative functions such as coordinating appointment schedules. Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC)

Multipurpose healthcare

GPS bracelet locator The Healthcare S-911 Bracelet Locator is a multipurpose device that includes a digital watch, a location tracker, an emergency cellular phone (with a tamper-detection lock wrist band), an SOS emergency button and a motion sensor. A keypad lets users send alerts to any smartphone and/or call center in the event of an emergency. Laipac Technology



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Ingenious Med’s 9,000 users can now access the charge and data capture platform virtually anywhere. Available for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. Ingenious Med

Anti-bacterial tablet PCs The DT390MD (8.9-inch touch display)

units have white anti-bacterial casings and AC power adapters that conform to UL60601-1.

and DT312MD (10.4-inch touch display) ruggedized tablet computers are designed by WebDT to meet the exacting standards of the U.U.S. medical sector. The just-over-two-pound un

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Both IP64-rated units are powered by an Intel Z530 1.6- GHz processor with up to 2 GB RAM and 64 GB FLASH storage and have optional 3G wireless WAN with GPS and RFID capabilities. These feature-packed devices have up to eight hours of battery run time and hot-swappable batteries. XRiver Technologies 30 May 2011 HEALTH MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY

Dictation app for Android OS IQSpeak integrates a physician’s patient schedule with the ability to dictate patient notes and send them securely with demographics attached using any Android device. IQMax

Real-time clinical alerting HealthAlert for Nurses and HealthAlert for Physicians

provide context-aware clinical alerts to various devices including, but not limited to, Cisco IP phones and the Apple iPhone. EXTENSION

Scan almost anything

The Xenon 1900h and 1902h area- imaging scanners enable caregivers to read virtually all bar codes found in healthcare environments with ease, regardless of character size or the surface on which they are printed. Both handhelds feature a decoding architecture that com- bines Adaptus Imaging Technology 5.5 and Omniplanar’s SwiftDecoder software to provide extended depth of fi eld, faster read- ing and improved scanning performance on poor-quality bar codes. Honeywell Scanning & Mobility

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Physician collaboration Created by the founders of Epocrates, Doximity allows physicians to use their iPhone, Android device or computer to quickly connect with nearly any U.S. physician to collaborate on patient treatment or fi nd appropriate experts. Doximity Real-time location Enterprise View Mobile (EVM) for iPhone, iPod Touch and

iPad is synched to the Versus Advantages real-time locating system (RTLS) to provide users access to patient, staff and equipment locations on mobile devices. Versus Technology


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